Quebec-based Transcontinental Inc. has acquired a 55-person packaging company located in the St-Laurent borough of Montreal.
The deal for Les Industries Flexipak Inc. is Transcontinental’s fifth North American packaging acquisition since 2014 as the printing, publishing and media company pivots toward packaging and away from newspapers and magazines.
“This transaction extends our footprint to Eastern Canada by adding a Montreal-based facility equipped with a state-of-the-art platform, and gives us the opportunity to further develop our existing business relationships with retailers in the country,” said François Olivier, Transcontinental President and CEO.
Founded in 1998, Flexipak makes packaging for consumer goods firms, food processors and retailers, and specializes in flexographic printing, lamination as well as bag and pouch making. It focuses on food-processing markets like frozen fruits and vegetables, seafood, grain, bakeries, snack food, nuts, coffee, bottled water, canned goods, office paper products overwrap and coex shrink film.
Transcontinental stated it intends to retain all of the company’s employees and managers.
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